UiPath Release Notes

UiPath Release Notes

June 2020

Release date: 23 June 2020

Access Control Model Facelift


Our continuous quest to provide effortless usage of Automation Cloud led to the makeover of our access control model. This brings a couple of changes in user management, nothing scary, just a couple of touch-ups meant to ease the entire experience, starting from inviting a user into your organization, ending with granting them specific access levels.

In addition to offering granular levels of access control per individual service, Automation Cloud reduces the need to specify explicit access control levels by providing default access rights for typical scenarios.

For this reason we provide four different user groups with specific access levels for their members. Although the groups come with predefined sets of permissions, these can be at any time customized according to your needs on a per-service basis. The access level of a user is relative to the group membership and also relative to the permission configuration made for that group in Orchestrator services.

  • When a user tries to access certain services, the system makes an access-permit decision depending on the user's membership.
  • When a user tries to access or use certain resources in a service, the system makes an access-permit decision based on the roles of the user, which can be either inherited from the group or granted explicitly.

Obviously, you can still take advantage of the granularity in adding users individually to a service, provided the user has been added beforehand in your Automation Cloud organization. Remember this is now performed at service level, and not from the Automation Cloud portal.

Here are a couple of things you need to remember about adjusting your organization to take advantage of the new feature. Or not.

  • For the services created as of today, user groups are automatically created and come with the default set of permissions.
  • For your preexisting services, you need to add and configure the user groups yourself in each service.
  • If you don't want to harness the benefits of groups in your existing services, leave the users to the default vanilla group called Everyone, which by default doesn't have any specific access right to any service. Any permissions are managed individually for each user.

Changes made to group membership are synced with Orchestrator at every log in, or once every hour for active user sessions.

Release Notes Per Product

To find out what changed on each and every component of the UiPath family, feel free to visit the below links.


Release date: 10 June 2020



The v2019.10.6 brings updates pertaining to Studio and the Robot. Read the 2019.10.6 detailed release note.


Release Date: 8 June 2020

AI Fabric General Availability


Breaking down the barriers between RPA and data science teams, enabling you to build, deploy, and manage machine learning models and other AI skills, AI Fabric is here to stay. This game changer in your automation journey is now generally available and from now on you can take advantage of what it has to offer as an app in UiPath Automation Cloud.

To access the new app, use the AI Fabric link in the left navigation bar in Cloud Portal.

You can get started immediately with AI Fabric by signing up for an Enterprise Trial on UiPath Automation Cloud. If you already have an organization, request the Enterprise Trial licensing plan. Be sure to enable AI Fabric by allocating your trial AI Fabric licenses to a service. Preexisting AI Fabric licenses are already migrated and ready to be used, no need for further action on your part.

Along with a whole new app experience, we've introduced a couple of new things to AI Fabric such that your experience is outstanding:

  • Added new concepts such as projects, datasets and pipelines.
  • Made the models trainable, enabling you to improve your AI over time and manage them all through an intuitive interface. Your existing packages and skills are waiting for you to be used, grouped within the new projects we created for them.
  • Deploy UiPath’s proprietary models for document understanding, as well as a range of models for generic tasks from the open-source community (text classification, object detection, and tabular data classification). If none of that is your thing, just build your own models and go from there.
  • Wide range of model management capabilities such as versioning, logging and the ability to snapshot the data your model was trained and evaluated on. This gives you a comprehensive audit trail of how your model makes a prediction, how the model is used, and when it is updated.
  • Launched the Upload File activity to push human validated data back to the AI Fabric project associated with your model. This creates a simple and repeatable feedback loop.


As AI Fabric is accessible directly from Cloud Portal, we've removed all AI Fabric pages from Orchestrator, except for ML Skills, which is now read-only.

AI Fabric does not support Internet Explorer 11.

Release Notes Per Product

To find out what changed on each and every component of the UiPath family, feel free to visit the below links.


Release date: 3 June 2020



The v2018.4.8 brings updates pertaining to Studio and Activities packages. Read the 2018.4.8 detailed release note.

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